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THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920
rKflE INTEREST IN DEBATIKC
lroC 1. E. Wrrnth ThrraJi
Joim Women's Socdelle.
"If the men of the University do not
take a more active put in debating this
year, I shall organize womena-debat.
inc society in the University which will
hoe Ihe nn'i societies haded off ihe
map," is the revolution promised by
Prof. J. E. Wrench in hi speech before
the two delating aociliei of the Univer.. WILL BE 1.TH OX BAtLOT
airy in the joint debating rally at Ihe Y.I
.. t-A Sat""1 ""e1". m'cw ConktiJutlon AnfBCatnl A
About 100 men were present. It is. i he MgltfJ Place,
opinion of Albert Leonard president of
the M. & U- Debating Society and Har
old P. Marlcy, president of the Albenean
Society, that propects are brighter for
n active interest anl a more cnthmuv
lie year in debating this year than ever,
The new constitutional amendment will TIk football schedule, for 1920 it aVfoI
be No. 15 on ihe official ballot to be lows:
aubmiltcd to Missouri volets November' October 2, Missouri 7esleyan it Col-
Hlotor Srircrs Fined For SpcedlEi? conn thU morning for (reeding. Wd-
W. N. George, a student ia lue L'liitcr-jliam II. sears has also fined l and
sity, was fined $1 and costs in police costs on the same charge.
McLEAN and MAY
"Let's Be Fashionable"
It wasn't fashionable in their neighborhood to love your
own wife or husband. So each of them got an affinity.
Oh! It's funny!
"SHOULD DUMMIES WED?"
A Fox Sunshine Comedy
WEDNESDAY rind THURSDAY
Charles Ray in "PARIS GREEN"
Students with cars
Make your school year a success save money and
time, and assure yourself of die best service in lovtn.
Wc sell Goodrich, OlJficId, and Portage tires.
We uleunie tires and lubes, Imik after your haitcry,
and repjir your curtains.
Satisfaction ahva guaranlecd.
Crane Tire Shop
2. That wa announced Iat week by
John L. Sullivan, ecretry f slate, who
so in Termed Seers of the New Con
stitution Association of Missouri, with
headquarters in St. Louis.
It is expected Amendment No. 15
ill be formally indorsed in "both Re
publican and Democratic party plat
firms to be adopted by the state contra
forms, to be adopted br the state coiuen-
Virtuallr all candidates for state of
fices favor it.
In a letter receired yesterday Arthur
M. Hyde of Trenton. Mo- Republican
candidate for governor, stated:
As to the desirability and necessity
for a new constitution, I never have en
tertained a doubt. I have felt such s
change In our fundamental law ought
neter to be undertaken In a partisan
manner, nor the deliberations of a con
ttitutional convention controlled by par
luan considerations. A constitution so
adopted would meet deserved defeat.
The plan advocated by )w associa
lion seems to provide for a constitutional
convention, uncontrolled by partisan mo
tives, and devoted to the best interest?
of the state, and I shall Uke pleasure in
advocating the amendment, both froir
the stump, and as a proper subject for
indorsement in the state Republican
That is Mr. Hyde's first definite Mate
ment on Amendment No. 15, and it
believe the Republican state contention
will follow the candidate's sugfes'ion.
With equal convklion, Amendmen
No. 15 i indorsed by the IVntnrratK
nominee for governor, John M. Alkin
on. Mr. Atkinson, as chairman of lb
-pmn.if'r- on the constitution of ihf
MVpnuri lUr Aicwiciation, help! draf
Jw tn.'-nflWnt. He has avured officer
of tlie awicialion he will favor fo-ma
m,urvnrnl f Amendment No. 15 b
the Itcmocratic state contention, lit
Our -'alr neeils a new const, tu I'm. 1
Seartify fatur the adoption of one U
in-et nrw prnMrm or rccfwntrartimi am"
deselnii furl Iter the Mate's resources.
If a rtcw constitution cniitaineil onh
th nut budret system by way of
imrt ilmnl. it wouhl well pay Missouri
' to reviv its present constitution, for by
the bu Ipet tlie state could be avd Iron
I million to 2 mil'ion dollar rv h ar
The firt Mep in the pnre- f pe
'ins 3 CfmMiiMtiimd en'neniion i to ca
-y tli- c.t.tilntMnI rtnention arn-nd
aieut at ih? pHs Noerabrr 2.
October 9, Su Louis Umtersily at' St.
October 16, Iowa State College at
October 23, Drake University at Des
October 30, University of Oklahoma
November 6 Kansas Slate Axricultnral
College at Columbia.
November 13, Washington University
November 23, University of Kansas
The military department of the Uni
versity Is ro-opeiating in every possible
manner with i-oacli John r. Miller and
the athletic department. Military ex
cuse lists which are sent from the gym
nasiura are given immediate attention
at the R. O. T. C headquarters and
the men change from olhe drab to
football tog, without delay.
Ca plain W. E. Persons, commandant
f the R. O. T. C unit here, plans to
isr the entire corps to help the Tigers
Ils frcjwu Tlie victory pep books.
printed by the Student Council, were
issued to every member of the corps
te$lerday allernoon. At the first im
tenant praclice the commandant will
uarch the regiment to the fuolLall
bleitrhtr and gite Ius men a chane ti
end moral and a latge amount of vocal
uofrrt to the team.
lh-n the team 1-aves for St. Ijou:s
rniTiity. An and Drake cam th
taJet coijh Hill march to the train in
hut the iirr"ft? of teaching the fredl
,nn tli yells U-'i re the reason starts h
orps will hate 19 own lejdcrs.-
Iiiduatins lliat lit places on the
reJimin team ill be lutly conteUed
his M-am hj- evident whn the hmg
tne ftirmc! to draw equipment yr-tenlay
ftemmm. More llian a hundred fresh
men secured uniforms and were amipi
ed to locker.
A casual glance at the men"as'they
stood in line indicated that the team
iH 1 Iiher h xat ihn Nf
j The firM practice for the freshmen start
.j uiitta.k niicn.joi
9lh and Walnut
TiCKil-rUTH TO ITLUIIlt VTE
I'rtNldrntiiil CandMnlrs and Font
l.'atrranr; May fcjirok.
A reunion l tlw Thirty fifth Diri
,mn. .f which a nninhcr nf indent
and rilifns pf Oilumbia rr m-nlwr
will le IcM at Tr"ki. Kans, Scplrm
bcr 2S. 27 ami 28, aixordim to ttarnmv-m-nls
iwlrI on the Uniiersitf lul-
lelm lioapl". Til iiate H'lccictl art
the anniiTruiy of the thrrc his djyi
f tire Amrnran lfmiT in ttriu
br I91C in hirh th- Thirtrfiflt
dm'jin toot a Icadmc pari. The p-
jram cf tlie reunion nw inHiide- ad
drrxe hy tle piridential candidates,
th pjeTwr f four 6taltn llmletl
Stites vnatrn aihl tarinus entertain
ment and amnseniejlt feature. Tlie
Thirty fifth flitiuii was originally rum
pre 1 of the national guard uni n!
Mis&uuii and Kaias.
I ' saaBagsaaag - 1 r r it
You will still find a new and attractive line here
It is of the best quality and priced to fit every
pocketbook. Come in and look it over
We have, something especially nice in rings
The Student's Store
The Students' Store
faal r - i .
Varsity prattiee is hepnnins to as-
n i Fiert nf real fmihall Con
siderable lime yesterday afternoon was
uctoteu to ucMins the dummy. f'lhe
intmetion was under Captain C It.
Insufficient pading of the ground he
teath ihe dummy was the rause 'of i
are equality lit last sraon. Cap
ain Lewis has provided aamst a se;
.terilion of the pat by using a liberal
amount of sawdust and siiavinss.iand
idviMjt;: mn witltout headgear 'ani
Iwulder pails to ''lale it rvaj" on tlie
koiiim: i:oom is kkui-eseii
r'resttnan Itcfrrture Books Are Kepi
In Aradrrole JlalL
Tlie reading room in Academic Hall.
hich has l.eii ibned for Iwo years'ha
ixrn re-opened for freshmen. All the
reserve bonks for the course in Citizen.
4iip and other freshmen courses will
ue placed there. The room will be
-pen from 8 to 12 o'clock in the mom
tng; from 1 lo 6 o'clock in the after
noon and from 7 to 9 o'clock every night
ncept Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. V. C Petty has been engaged
is assistant in charge of the reading
Tno Honorn la Ole Day.
H. J. Blanton. editor of the Monroe
Connty Appeal, who was appointed Iread
if the publicity department of the Dem
ocratic stale committee, has declined
the acceptance of that honor as his bus
iness at Paris requires his entire time.
Dn the same day Mr. Blanton was ap
pointed to a place on the executive com
mitlee of the board of curators of the
University of Misr-ourL Kansas City
"Mr. Clifford D. Blackburn has been
employed as an instructor in Journalism
and English in Drake University for next
year and I am returning his credentials
writes Dean F. Norton of Drake Uni
versity, Des Moines, la. to Cline Teachers
i-eicv. Mr. Blackburn was graduated
from tl-e School of Journalism last year.
School of Commerce
A VnhersUj Prtlcuional School
Graduate IhvU'wn One year grad
uate work, leading to degree. Mas
ter in Business Administration.
Open to students having a profes
sional or bachelor's degree, from
an tinMitutinn of approved slaudina.
Bulletin No. 51.
Undergraduate Dicition 2-year
course, leading, to degree, Bichc
lor of Science in Commerce. Open
to sodents with two years of credit
from a rolleje of approved stand
ing. Opportunity lo specialize in -Acrounlins.
Sales Management, Advertising,
Factory- Management- and allied)..'
subjects. Practical work in a great
commercial center. Fall semester
opens September 20.
Bulletin No. 1.
Address inqniria lo , .
.Scho.1 ( Omaarrre
W WrM Lake Slrerf, CUmnfnifr
A Business Education
Place to Get It
SCHOOL of COMMERCE
Fall Term Opens Today
Phone 1095, or Call 516 Guitar Building.
ROSE ROSENTHAL, Director.
Don't fail to see the distinctive line of CRANE'S,
WHITING'S,.HY-TONE and other high grade Linen I
Priced 75c to:$3.00
Prather's Drug Store
Vr "k-iIiVpSi5' Vtf-J K. ataBaywaaR?W'-''-w ' 'jtt7'iwitil HB-laaaaaV
Special One Day Exhibit and Sale
Tomorrow, Wednesday, ONLY, we will have on display, and sale in our Rcady-to-Wear Depart
ment $30,000 Worth of Fine Furs
A complete sample line of one of America's be $1 Furmakers, brought right to your own door.
Every woman whether she intends to make, a selection or not should attend this sale. If for no
other reason than to keep in touch with the styles, for they comprise all the modes which will
prevail during die coming months of Fall and Winter.
The skins have been chosen with painstaking care and developed into Wraps, Coats, Capes Scarfs
and Chokers' of exquisite beauty and charm. The artistic manner' in which jhe pelts' have been
handled assures ccry purchaser of the utmost individuality..
Inasmuch as we are willing to store your
fur purchases until you are ready to use
them or as late as November the 1st by
paying 1-3 down every one can take
full advantage of tlie very special, prices
tc will name tomorrow on this wonder
ful array of fine Furs.
. I - -
Prices ranget from $10 to ,$15 each
Tomorrow Only don't delay. - :
We suggest that you come early iii the
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